Despite The Met Office's yellow warning of wind during Friday and Saturday for Berkshire being cancelled, heavy rain and strong winds are expected across the county throughout Friday, February 8.
Issued this morning at 9:00am, the warning is set to affect counties Galway, Mayo and Donegal.
Met Éireann has declared Storm Erik is to hit Ireland and raised its weather warnings to Status Orange for parts of Ireland.
There were also warnings of possible power cuts, large waves in coastal areas, fallen trees, and a risk of flying debris.
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These conditions will include potentially hazardous gusts along "exposed coastal areas" through tomorrow morning and early afternoon, as well as the added threat of coastal flooding. It says the combination of low pressure, high seas and high tides will lead to localised coastal flooding.
Storm Erik has brought 60mph winds to Britain - with the wet and windy weather expected to continue through the weekend.
"Gusts of up to 70 miles per hour are likely around some coasts exposed to the west or southwest".
Winds are expected to ease off by Sunday.
Much of the country will see strong winds and rain showers, some mixed with hale and becoming thundery, meteorologist Alex Burkill said. Minima of 1 to 4 degrees Celsius. Otherwise, the rest of the week will be dry, fine and sunny by day, with temperatures close to or slightly above average generally, while clear skies overnight mean it will turn cold and frosty.